[00:04] Today, I will refer to you Cloudsfer, another cool cloud migration/backup service.
[00:19] It is easy to use, nice features, free like Mover.io.
[00:59] "Businesses and consumers are increasingly reliant on cloud based storage solutions instead of in-house, on-premise local storage hardware.
Your files are stored in the cloud, which is a simplified view of what is essentially someone else's infrastructure (data center, server, hard drive, connectivity etc)" – techradar.com
[1:07] Now, let's create an account, select the Free plan then you are ready to go.
[1:33] Select the simple migration mode to start to move files from Copy to Microsoft OneDrive as described in the previous video.
[2:04] Review your old files, then select the root to indicate that all file will be migrated.
Select Copy as the source, then authorize it.
[2:18] "MultCloud is a free online cloud transfer Web based app that allows users to manage all their files in multiple clouds from a single interface and transfer or sync files between cloud storage like Google Drive, OneDrive, MEGA, box, Dropbox, FTP server, and so on from a single login" –http:/multcloud.com” target=”_new”>>http://multcloud.com_
[2:32] Sign in to the Microsoft account to verify OneDrive.
[2:58] Choose the folder that your old files will be placed into.
[3:10] There are plenty of useful options like: save for later, schedule the migration, or edit the plan.
[3:16] Give this plan a memorable name if you are planning to do other migrations/backups.
[3:22] "Hello, join me on Google Drive and get access to encrypted storage and communication. Get 15 GB free!" –http://drive.google.com” target=”_new”>>http://drive.google.com
[3:33] Now you can track, manage the migration easily at this console.
[3:55] You can try these features to suit your need.
[4:08] The duration of the migration will depend on your file amount, so be patient!
Make sure you have done a backup locally, review twice files on the new cloud storage (OneDrive).